The newest upgraded version, for Serious Water Treasure Hunters looking for Maximum Depth.
First 4 orders get a free book “Pulsepower!”: Finding Gold at the Shore with a Pulse Induction Metal Detector
by Clive James Clynick to the value of R350.00.
Developed for Underwater Beach Hunting, Wading, Coins, Gold and Jewelry Hunting.
- Waterproof – Up to 100ft (30 meters)
- Audio – Waterproof Headphones Included
- Auto Ground Rejection
- Enhanced Sensitivity to Gold Jewellery – Even in saltwater
- Adjustable Pulse Delay, Gain, and Threshold
- “Beep and dig” operation
- Quick Target Recovery
- Search Coil – 12″
- Battery – 8 X AA
- Warranty – 2 Years
- 12″ Waterproof Mono Search Coil
- Waterproof Surfmaster Headphones
Deep and well made, designed for difficult beach grounds, the Sufmaster P.I.Dual Field features both Gain and Pulse Delay Controls, which allows you to max out the sensitivity (by amplifying the signal tone), as the conditions permit. Or you can smooth out the threshold in fast water or other conditions which would otherwise cause interference. PI technology yields maximal depth detection for coins and jewelry,
especially in salt water and mineralized ground.
Surf-Ready and completely waterproof to a depth of 100 feet! with included Piezo Headphones, also waterproof.
It also features an innovative search loop that is actually 2 coils in one housing, with electronics modified to accomodate the signal from these. The bigger outside coil is 12″, while the smaller 6″ inside coil acts to increasesmall object sensitivity which makes pinpointing easier. Its also optimized to respond best to gold and copper/nickel alloys with above mentioned both Gain and Pulse Delay controls providing the user
with a range of settings to choose from.
I’ve used this machine quite a bit and found that it not only had great depth with finds coming up from around the 20″ mark, but also has great audio. By great audio I mean that the Dual Field has a strong resemblance to a VLF in that bottle-caps and iron targets produce a much more drawn-out sound than do non-ferrous ones – allowing you to avoid a lot of unneccessary digging. This is a huge plus. The large coil does
take some getting used to, but this becomes easier as your pinpointing skills improve. The coverage is also excellent. I originally bought the Dual Field as a backup but now use it often because of the nice fidelity that having both Gain and Pulse Delay controls gives you in difficult conditions. I’ve used it to go behind even the deepest of my 12 machines and take out additional targets. Generally the Dual Field can be seen as a top-performing pulse unit – comparable to ones costing much more.”
– Clive James Clynick
A Pulse Induction Metal Detector is more responsive to changes in the ground’s texture and mineralization. The audio changes act to prompt you to alter your sweep speed for maximum depth. Also, Pulse Induction Metal Detectors are more responsive to changes in velocity (current) of water being searched in and depth. With a pulse, these changes are audible, instructing you as to how the machine is performing and helping you to get maximum depth by way of coil control.
Unbox and Review of the Whites Surfmaster Dual Field P.I. Underwater Metal Detector
Gold 10K Class Ring Find
I’ve owned my Whites PI over a year now and I will tell you that this machine is a workhorse. My primary use is at the South Florida beaches. I find everything with it, from pennies to 18kt gold chains and everything in between. DEPTHS: My suggestion is get the biggest damn scoop you can find because your going to need it. I have dug down in knee high surf for 15-20 minutes until I hit my target (a cellphone). I can truly say if this detector had a price tag of $1500.00 you would have no problem recouping your investment but it’s around 800 to 900 bucks so go and get it. You can’t go wrong.
– C. Amos from South Florida
Amazing machine, as others say it will give you a good workout, finding small pieces of wire and brass .22 cal bullet at 20+ inches, old coins from late 1800 early 1900 on beaches that have been ‘cleaned’ by other detectorists, even ring pulls go deep. After 3 hours have to stop as back cant take no more punishment. Starting to be able to discriminate some tones now after about 12hrs of use. Highly recommend this machine and easy to use, well done and thanks to whites.”
– Graham cook from Southampton, England
Source – http://metaldetectorreviews.net